|More Information Meetings Announced|
The EUPA shall be holding a further series of information meetings in preparation for the EU-Funded Lifelong Learning Programme call for 2013. Persons interested in attending are to send their contact details (name, surname, name of institution they represent, action interested in) to the following email: email@example.com.
Erasmus (including Mobility, Intensive Language Courses and Intensive Programmes):
Meeting on Tuesday 15 January 2013, 2pm at the EUPA Hall, Santa Venera.
Comenius / Grundtvig Assistantships:
Meeting on Friday 18 January 2013, 2pm at the EUPA Hall, Santa Venera.
Comenius Opportunities (Assistantships and Partnerships):
Meeting on Friday 25 January 2013, 1.30pm at the EUPA Hall, Santa Venera.
The European Union Programmes Agency (EUPA) would like to remind prospective applicants that it has published the 2013 call for proposals for the Lifelong Learning Programme. These are available on the agency website together with the application forms, the official guides, National eligibility and award criteria, the technical instructions and other relevant documents.
The first deadlines shall be on 16 January for Comenius and Grundtvig In-Service Training Courses, and Grundtvig Visits and Exchanges. These will be followed by Comenius Assistantships and Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation on 31 January, Leonardo da Vinci Mobility and Erasmus Intensive Language Courses on 1 February. For further information, one can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth in Action 1st Round – Information Meeting Announced
The EUPA shall also be holding an information meeting in preparation for the EU-Funded Youth in Action Programme call for 2013. This shall be held on Friday 18 January at 10:30 at the EUPA Hall in Santa Venera. Persons interested in attending are to send their contact details (name, surname, name of organisation they represent – if any, action interested in) to the following email: email@example.com.
Again, the EUPA would also like to remind prospective applicants that the 2013 call for proposals for the Youth in Action Programme has been published. The agency website, which can be accessed at www.yia.eupa.org.mt, contains the application forms, the programme guide, priorities and other relevant documents and information.
These initiatives are funded with support from the European Commission (Directorate General Education and Culture).
Information on the European Union Programmes Agency can be found at the agency website www.eupa.org.mt. Facebook page https:/www.facebook.com/EUPAMALTA provides continuous updates about activities and initiatives.